The bridge itself is a relatively new prestressed concrete girder bridge. This is very typical of the modern rural bridge design that is suggested by MN-DOT. It is low on maintenance, requires little in the way of inspections, and it should last virtually forever with a little care. These are all ideal features for a bridge located in a smaller rural township that may not have a lot of money to spend on infrastructure.
There is a large amount of brush and vegetation growing along the side of this bridge. That makes it difficult to take any type of profile photo of the structure. In addition to being inconvenient for photography, it is also a maintenance issue. The leaves can keep the concrete damp, which leads to deterioration, especially during freeze and thaw cycles. The local highway crew should take a bit of time and trim back this brush at least 10 feet from the bridge.
The photo above is looking west down the middle of the bridge deck. The road takes a turn to the northwest just beyond the river crossing. The photo below is a view looking northwest across the bridge deck from the southeast corner of the structure. The greenery growing along the edge of the bridge is apparent in this photo.